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comment Why does sshd(openssh) create two processes per connection?
@cnst thank you!
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comment Why does sshd(openssh) create two processes per connection?
Thanks for the pointer, after I took a closer look at it, it looks that there are 3 processes created during login, one running in privileged mode, one runs in unprivileged "sshd" user, after authentication finishes, this unprivileged process got killed and a new sshd process created under the login name. Is there anywhere documenting this in detail, e.g. the interactions between these processes? Thanks.
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comment Linux: how can i configure dot1ad(double tag) on a interface?
Thank you, didn't know you can just add another ".vlan-id" there. I got it work now.
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comment Port Forwarding from Host to Guest with libvirt 0.8.3 Using KVM on Ubuntu
I can only get one Internet IP address, that's why I didn't use bridged networking mode.
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comment Port Forwarding from Host to Guest with libvirt 0.8.3 Using KVM on Ubuntu
yeah, that's what I have been told, it can be edited. But I am just can't find any reference about it, the nwfilter xml configuration files just seem like bizarre to me, the documentation on libvirt website isn't very helpful either.